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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 24

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TWENTY-FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY 10 m§ 1934 Northwestern Truckers Will Discuss Code at Minneapolis Sessions MINNEAPOLIS. May 10. Trucking association representatives from five northwest states will gather here Monday for inauguration of the trucking industry's NRA code. About 250,000 truck operators from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, North and South Dakota will be represented at the meeting. The an- ual convention of the Regulated Motor Transportation association ·will be held in conjunction with the meeting. , T. V. Rogers, Washington, chair man of the national code authority for the trucking industry, will explain the code in detail. Roy Steller, president of Regulated Motor Transportation association, the Minnesota Truck Owners association, and the Minnesota Truck federation urged all members to attend the meeting to hear Mr. Rogers, and register their trucks under the cod« at that time in order to avoid penalty under the law, later. James E. Murphy of St. Paul Park, who has been in Washington the past . six months representing northwest truck operators in code negotiations, also will speak. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette Gandhi Turns Down Suggestion by His Followers to Fly CALCUTTA, May 10. UP)--A. suggestion-by his followers · that he travel by airplane has been turned down by the Mahatma Gandhi. The mahatma'has given up using trains and motorcars and is now making his tour in behalf of independence on foot Aching, Swollen Feet Moone's Emerald Oil Must Do Away With All Soreness, Swelling and Distress or Your Money Back Two or three applications of lloone's Emerald Oil and in fifteen minutes the pain and soreness disappears. A few more applications at regular intervals and the swell- Ing reduces. And best of all any off ensive odor Is gone for good-- It's a wonderful formula-- this combination of essential oils with camphor and other antiseptics so marvelous that thou- s e p c s sands of bottles are sold annually. -money back. HELEN HENDRICKS News Editor Residence Phone 310JV. RURAL CLUB TO HONOR 'MOTHER' Brass Sfextet to Give Program; Mrs. Riner Is Speaker. CLEAR LAKE, · May 10.--The Community Farm club will hold a meeting at the Grant No. 7 school Friday night. An excellent program has been arranged which includes music and recitation by the children, a mother's day program and readings and music by high school students. Part one includes, a piano solo by Naida Lee, a solo by Barbara Lee, a solo by Dickie Hill, a piano duet by Majtine and Marguerite Ashland and music by Vera Jean Riner. Mrs. B. W. Riner will be the speaker for the evening. She will speak on "Mother and Home." Other events relating to Mother's day are recitations, "My Sweetheart," by Rodney Hammond; vocal solo, "Mother's Hymn and Prayer," by Mrs. Gladys Summers; reading, "My Ma," by Dorothy Oredson; musical readings, "My Mother," by Pauline Yungclas; vocal solo, "Mother Machree," by Mrs. Edna Hill, and song, "Home, Sweet Home," by the audience. Part three is devoted to high school work. Miss Lucille Winnie will give a reading, "The Hand of God," and Evelyn Mitchell will give the humorous reading, "First Day at Kindergarten." A piano duet and other musical numbers are also scheduled. Beginning at 8:15 o'clock the high school brass sextet, which will participate in the national contest at Des Moines the latter part of the month, will give a 20 minute program. No. 239 OFFICE PHONE LEE DEWIGGINS Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 67 CLEAR LAKE BRIEFS J Booms and 1 suite of 3 rooms. Jessie M. Etzel. Phone 42. Mrs. J. I* Armstrong and son, Leo Jenkins, and daughters, Lona and Leta and Mrs. Gray left today for 'Spencer where they will attend LeRoy Knutson Takes Position at Iowa City CLEAR LAKE, May 10.--LeRoy Knutsou plans to leave Sunday for Iowa City where he has accepted a position. He will be in charge of the optical department in Hand's jewelry at that place. He received his returns from passing the state board examinations last week. Mr. Knutson, who is the son of Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Knutson, Division street, was graduated from the Northern Illinois Optical college at Chicago. FISH HATCHERY TO BE CLOSED 17,500,000 Baby Pike Are Hatched and Placed in Clear Lake. CLEAR LAKE, May 10.--A total of 17 and one-half million baby pike aging from 5 to 10 days old were deposited in the spawning beds around the lake. This total wa- slightly more than the average hatched -from the Clear Lake Fish hatchery, according to Orel Hoel, custodian. Hatching began April 30 and continued until May 7. During the process of hatching thousands of visitors were shown through the hatchery each Sunday and" a smaller number on week days. The fish on exhibit in the aquarium of the hatchery were dumped back into the lake. Among them was a pickerel weighing 23 pounds and measuring 44 inches which would give a battle to any experienced fisherman. Mr. Hoel is cleaning the hatchery building today and will close it for the season. The fish pond used in former years to care for the baby bass is dry because of the lack of rain and will not be in use. Mrs. WAS DISGUSTED WITH ALL OF THE OTHER MEDICINES Everything Failed to Help Him Until He Began the Gly-Cas; Now Enjoys Best Health in 15 Years, Indigestion, Rheumatism Entirely Ended. There have been many medicines introduced here in Mason City in past years, some that gave results for awhile--to the majority, others that didn't have the merit the people expected--BUT more people in Mason City today agree that never before has a medicine the equal of Gly-Cas, been introduced here. Hundreds right here in Mason City are enjoying good health because of A anmrniiv U" 5 graduation exercises of -H-uxtaMe" Drug-Co. d ^ nU e^ry Armstrong's son, Donald Jenkins^ Eood druggist guarantees Dance, Community Blag., Sat. flloone'a Emerald Oil to night, May 12. White Eagle Orch. end your foot troubles or I m r _ ^,3 Sirs. A. I* Wood and family, of Hampton have moved into their cottage on the north shore. Mrs. Peter Miller has returned from Clinton where she has teen visiting- relatives the past two weeks. Don Smokstad has accepted a position at the Jay Decker plant at Mason Ctiy. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Jones and Mrs. C. E. Wells visited at Dubuque Wednesday where Mr. Jones, district governor of the Lions club, addressed the Lions club at the noon luncheon. Mr. Jones spoke igain in the evening at Strawberry "oint before the Lions club. Mr. fones spoke Monday noon before the Forest City club. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Taylor and daughter, Mary, Mason City have :aken an apartment at' the Avalon, North Third street. Mr, Taylor is a salesman for Tone products. The family, lived in Des Moines until several months ago. Miss Carolyn Bigg entertained members of her bridge club at her home Wednesday night. Miss Ruth Hille of Mason City .received the prize for high score. The hostess served a two course lunch. Mr. and Mrs. C. 3. Fox 'returned from Minneapolis where they spent several days on business. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Kankin are the.parents of a son born at their home in Chicago. Mrs. Rankin was formerly Alice Jensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jensen, South Fourth street. This is the second son in the family. Dr. A. J. Cole left Thursday noon for Des Moines where he will attend the Iowa State Medical association. He accompanied C. E. Wells, who made a business trip to Des Moines. If one half doesn't know how the other half lives, it will when the tax bill comes in.--Davenport Times. CINDER MEN GO TO MASON CITY Miller, Chizek and Liens Most Promising in Weight Events. CLEAR LAKE, May 10.--Clear Lake Lions will trek to Mason City Saturday to compete in the district track meet. Among the towns entering will be Hampton, Britt, Charles City, Oel- n-ein, Mason City, Garner, Algona, Conrad, West Waterloo, Cresco, Waverly, Spirit Lake, Traer, Osage, Belmond, Forest City, Clear Lake, St. Ansgar, East Waterloo, Du- suque and Clarion. The local half mile relay team which includes Lane, Joslyn, Taylor and Chizek, and entries in the weights have a fair chance of placing in this meet, according to dope- sters. Outstanding in the weights are Miller and Chizek on the javelin, who broke the North Iowa conference records by heaving the spear 168 feet, four inches, and 162 feet, 10 inches, respectively. Chizek is also showing improvement on the shot put and discus. Liens is improving in the weight events, showing up best in the discus in which he placed second in the conference meet Lane, low-hurdler, has a chance to show his metal as he is entering four events, hurdles, 100 yard sprint, half-mile relay and broad jump. Others entering the contest include: Braheny, shot, discus, jave lin; Anderson, 440 yard run; Cal lanan, 440, mile relay; Jensen; mile relay: Joslyn, high hurdles, 220 relay; Myhr, high jump; Pease, pole vault; Taylor, relay, and Wood, 440 yard run. Rites Planned for Son of Lee Hawkins Family CLEAR LAKE, May 10.--Donald Hawkins, four months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hawkins who reside seven miles southeast of Ventura, died at home Wednesday evening. The child's body was brought to the Ward funeral home to await services which will be held in Clear Lake Friday afternoon. Burial will be made in the Clear Lake cemetery. The child suffered from pneumonia. Hoel Station and House Is Sold to John Baago CLEAR LAKE, May 10.--F. M. Hoel who has operated the Phillips 66 oil station and store on the north shore for a number of years sold' his station and house adjoining to John Baago, North Second street. Possession of the station was given today, and the house will be given possession June 1. Mr. Baago operated the Shell station on North Second street last year, moving here from Thornton about a year ago. Swaledale Teachers Party at Lake Club CLEAR LAKE, May 10.--Miss Eleanor Mitcheil, Miss Mantz and Miss LaDuke, teachers of the Swale- dale school, entertained the other members of the school faculty at a dinner party at the Clear Lake Country club · Wednesday evening. The evening was spent in playing bridge. Forum Is Planned for Women's Knutson Club CLEAR LAKE, May 10.--The women's Knutson for Governor club will hold an open forum at the city hall Friday night at which time Mrs. Gladys Yelland will review the play, "Mary of Scotland," by Maxwell Anderson. An open forum on Knutson's platform and on republicanism will follow the program. /VOAH NUMSKUVV - * . "= HOW OLD ISA COMB. BEFORE IT SHEDS ITS TEETH ? ELIZABETH COL-EfAP.»». MONTPELIER, OHIO. = is .A. SORE -TttiapXT JUST AP4 O -TM E feS''PA IN - I N- THE -MECK*Folft. A TAJt PAVER?. FRANK. RIDDi-Ex SA.VANNA.,11-1-, SSHD M fOUfi. BARL.V SPRING Bl-OOMERS FI5.0M THE (SARDEM OF NUMB NOTIOM5 TO DEAT^ NOAM f the board of education of · the Methodist church, will speak, has een arranged. The governor will talk at a banquet presided over by President J. Ralph Magee. Afterward, there will be a meeting in the Manor House at which Harris Franklin Rail will deliver the principal address. Hamline, organized at Red Wins by funds obtained through Bishop Leonidas Hardline, started In the econd story of a business estab- ishment The first class was graduated in 1859. During the Civil war all male students physically able to bear arms and three faculty members joined the army. In 1869 the school was closed in Red Wing and at the time had 165 students. Bishop C. F. Foss dedicated the new Hamline university building in 3t. Paul July 20, 1880, and.in Sep- .ember of that year the school was ·eopened. There's something the matter with his product if he can't sell it vithout knocking the other fellow's. --DubU(|Ue Telegraph-Herald. Founding of Hamline U at Red Wing to Be Celebrated on Friday ST.'PAUL, May 10. CSV-Eighty years of work in the field of education will be observed by Hamline university officials tomorrow in celebrating the founding of the Methodist school in 1854 at Red True, a national lottery would bring in a lot of money. And a chain of bawdy houses would make money, also.--Dubuque Telegraph- Herald. Tired . . Nervous Wife Back Pep! H ER raw nerrea were soothed. Stic banished that "dead tired" feel- inf. Won new youthful color--restful nights, active days--all because she rid her system of bowel -cIofjKing wastes that were sappinK her vitality. NR Tab- Ict3 (Nature's Remedy)--the mild, safe, all- vegetable laiativc--worked the transformation. Try it for constipation, biliousness, headaches, dizzy spells, colds. See how refreshed you feel. At all druggists'-25 cents. Wing. An all day program, on which Gov. Floyd B. Olson and Dr. W. J Davidson, corresponding secretary HOW WOMEN CAN WIN MEN AND MEN WIN The Favor of Other Men Unless two pints of bile juice flow dally m your liver into your bowels, your 1 · · · · - m hi« polar-et hard i food decays in your bowels. This your whole body. Movcmc ' constipated. You get yel.w.. .~~[»--, - -low skin, pimples, dull eyes, bad breath, tad taste, teas, dizziness, headache. You have become an URly-lookinpr. foul-smell. inst, sour-thinkinK person. You have lost your personal charm. Everybody wants to ran from you. But don't take Baits, mineral waters, oils. laxative pills, laxative candies or chcwJnjr gums and expect them to set rid of this poison that destroys your personal charm. They can't do it. for they only move out the tail end of your bowels and II1UVK O U t l«U IU11 til LI UJ. juu* w v n % . m anu that doesn't take away enough of the decayed poison. Cosmetics iron t help, at all. Only a free flow of your bile juice will stop tnis decay poison in your bowels. The siOi im» uecuy poison jji yutur auvveis. juc one mild vegetable medicine which starts a free flow of vour bile juice is Carter's Little Liver Pills. No calomel (mere in Carter's. Only fine, mild *u uuiici. o. Only fine, mild vegetable extracts. If you would brine back your personal charm to win men, start taking Carter's Little Liver Pills according; to directions today. 2n£ at dros- stores. Refuse "somethint: just as eooa". for It may sripe, loosen teeth or scald rectum. Ask for Carter's Little Liver Pills by name smd ffet what you ask for. ©1933,C,M-Co, 2 Million Sticks of Chewing Gum Have Police Gummed Up NEW YORK. May 10. UP)--Chewing gum--2,000,000 sticks of it- had police gummed up, as it were, in another mystery today. Three gunmen stole Hartley Gallagher's truck of chicle on a west side street, kidnaping Gallagher. The truck driver, released unharmed, said ho kept asking the robbers what they wanted with so much chewing gum--$20,000 worth. They told him. he said: "That's something for you and the cops to worry about." POISONEDJHDNEYS To flush poisons and add from Wdneys and correct Irritation of bladder BO that you can stop "settlne up nights" get a 3 5 cent oackacc ot G° M Medal Haarlem 011 capsules and take as directed. Other symptoms ol kidney and bladder weakness arc scan.. burning or smarting passage--backache-- »s j cramps--puffy eyes. Special Purchase o£ . . Men's and Young Men's SUITS for SATURDAY ONLY ALL SIZES Blues, Grays, Browns and Light Summer Shades Z E B K E R ' S 121 SOUTH FEDERAL MB. C. F. MIX Gly-Cas. Read what Mr. C. F. Mix, well known local man residing at Britt, Iowa (near here) said recently at the Michael Drug Co., this city: "I was thoroughly disgusted with all medicines before I began this new Gly-Cas," said Mr. Mix. "I had tried them all it seemed and could not find a one to help' me. Indigestion and bloating had made rne miserable after most every meal for ~the past is years and the terrible rheumatism over my body kept me in constant pain. I was in such a miserable condition and had been fooled by so many medicines before that when I heard of Gly-Cas and even my wife began talcing it, I really made fun of it. But finally gave in and tried it myself. The results this new remedy have given me were far beyond my fondest hopes, for today I feel I am entirety well. Rheumatism has been driven from my body, stomach and bowels regulated and it is wonderful to be able to eat and sleep good and feel as fine as I do.. Anyone wishing further information about Gly-Cas can call on us for our whole family knows from experience of Gly-Cas' wonderful work." Gly-Cas is sold in Mason City by Michael Drug Co., 5 South Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Community farm club meets at Grant, .No. 7. Women's Knutson for Governor club program at city hall. North Iowa Veterinarian association at Clear Lake Country club. Star club meets with Mrs. Vern Peterson^ Liner Longer club meets with Mrs. F. M. Meinecke", Forest City. Saturday--Dance at Surf ballroom, Frenchy Graffolier playing. Mason City senior class play cast party at Clear Lake Country club. Monday--Young Democratic club meeting at city hall, 8. The stock exchanges, reports an observers, are skating on thin ice. Formed, obviously, by Washington's coolness toward pools.--Virginian- Pilot. PARK THEATER Clear Lake XHUBSDAY -- FRIDAY Ken Maynard in "TRAIL DRIVE" Comedy -- News lOc PLUS TAX WOLF'S STANDARD HOME OUTFIT $ 298 Living Room ... Dining Room ... A living room that you'll be proud of! A fine quality Davenport with matching chair^ occasional table, table lamp and shade, pull-up chair and magazine rack ·. Bedroom .. You'll get real sleeping comfort from this smart grouping! The bedroom suite consists of one of those quaint poster beds, a spacious chest of drawers, vanity. 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